In my blog post, “Why I Do Not Agree With Hudud In Malaysia”, I mentioned that I was not against Hudud law, but its implementation. One would think that such a simple statement would be straightforward and easy to understand, no? But apparently not.
Even though this issue is something that has been explained time and time again, many people still don’t seem to grasp it. Many Muslims still think that the Hudud that PAS upholds is what Allah had decreed, and that implementing it is the be-all and end-all to being a Muslim. So once and for all, …
“Men acting like women?” “Homosexuality?” “This is a sign of the End Times!”
“Kalau kita cakap kita tidak boleh melaksanakan Hudud kerana ia tidak sesuai, ia merupakan syirik besar dan kita akan dicampakkan ke dalam neraka.” Translation: “If we say Hudud law is not suitable in Malaysia, we are committing shirk and we will be thrown into Hell.”
The topic of homosexuality has long been discussed and debated in this world. There are as many anti-LGBT movements as there are that are in support of it. It’s hard to find someone who is on the fence about the topic; you’re either against or with gay marriage. It becomes much harder on a gay …
One of the most common and heated debates between Muslims: Do Muslim women really need to wear hijab? Is it in the Qur’an?
The issue of women in Islam is a topic of great misunderstanding due partly to a lack of understanding, but also partly due to misbehavior of some Muslims.
Growing up, I have always been told that spirituality in religion is important, or else our deeds of worship would just be empty. I have believed that my whole life, until I moved to Malaysia and was challenged with the notion “Buat je dulu, ikhlas ke tak kemudian” which can be translated to “Do first, …
Malaysia wants to implement Hudud and enforce death by stoning, but is this form of punishment truly part of Islamic law?
Are we portraying the message of peace our Prophet (PBUH) had steadfastly upheld?